Nature's Village Resort

Address: Talisay City, Bacolod, Negros, Visayas, 6115, Philippines | Resort
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This resort is located on Talisay City, Bacolod.
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      Travel Blogs from Bacolod

      A Deeper Look at Bacolod

      A travel blog entry by blanford on Jun 03, 2014

      ... replaced walls and slats of bamboo on the floor exposed the water below. We asked why one family stored their shoes up high on the beams. The mother explained that the children kept playing with the shoes and they would fall into the water below. We saw many young children navigating the wobbly planks below and I wondered how a small child learns to walk in such conditions without falling below. These families make about 200 ...

      Southbound through Iloilo to Bacolod

      A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jan 11, 2014

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      ... days in Manila. And of course the type of people one meets tend to change. We had breakfast with a couple from Austria, another couple where she was German and he was from Australia. We also had a long talk with a young guy from Vancouver who was traveling on his own as his friend has left and gone back home. Like us, all of these people only knew where they were going for the next day or two and after that, no decisions had been made.
      On our ...

      "Leah is a twin; this must be _her_ lake!"

      A travel blog entry by carlizzle on Jun 22, 2013

      6 photos

      ... time I really felt like this was an enjoyable trip, the road turned dirt and I changed my mind. But we made it to the top with only one muffler burn (me), so it was a success. And was it ever worth it!

      Twin Lakes are two former-calderas/craters that have filled with fresh water, and are surrounded by untouched jungle on all sides. We ran into about 10 people up there, which is busy for June. There was a rock path that went ...

      Eating Well in Bacolod II

      A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 29, 2012

      13 photos

      ... was brilliant. Collected from all corners of the globe, many of them are antique. Geographically presented (almost) behind glass screens, corresponding to the world map wall mural, it began in Asia, across to Europe/Africa and ended at South America. I had the privilege of seeing three dolls from central Asia - female doll figurines draped in ultra conservative islamic burqas. Oppression against women epitomised into something as innocent as ...

      Landslide at Twin Lakes

      A travel blog entry by 7tck7334 on Dec 30, 2011

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      ... me up. They were both laughing at me and taking my photograph, then annoyingly, they skipped over the mud in the places where i had been stuck like two butterflies going from flower to flower . . .grrr. . . . They laughed at my craziness, the american introduced himself as Todd and told me the pinay lady was Janet Belarmino the first filipino lady to climb Mt Everest . . . . Gosh and there was me looking like an ...